Denver, Colorado, Sixteenth and Arapahoe, c1911

Streetcars, automobiles, horse-drawn buggies, and pedestrians share the busy street corner guarded by the imposing Daniels and Fishers clock tower. Upon completion in 1911, the building was the tallest between the Mississippi River and California. Though it was slated for demolition in the 1970s, Denver residents rallied to save their city�s first skyscraper.


Denver, Colorado, Sixteenth and Arapahoe, c1911

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